We all know how important it is to drive more traffic from search engines. If you are a beginner to SEO, it's almost impossible to increase your website search traffic without using few tools. Over the years, I've used a lot of SEO tools ranging from free to premium to increase my site traffic. Few tools did a fantastic job and most of them were just useless. So I wanted to give the best SEO tools recommendations for bloggers who want to grow their organic traffic. Instead of just giving a list of my favorite tools, I decided to ask few SEO experts to help YOU increase your traffic. Here's the question I asked them - "What are the 3 best SEO tools you can't live without?" Trust me, I got responses from great guys I personally admire. And I'm pretty sure you'll love their SEO tools recommendations. Here are the top SEO tools recommended by the experts. Table of Contents Best Tools for SEO As Voted by 40 Blogging Experts Best SEO tools revealed by SEO experts #1. Buffer #2. Joost de … [Read more...] about [Revealed] 3 Best SEO Tools 40 Experts Cant Live Without
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If you’re an SEO then you probably know that Google Panda is two years old. The first Google Panda Update (or farmer update) was on February 24, 2011 targeting content farms (and those made for search engine sites) and it was a nightmare for webmasters. And then there were more updates to penalize websites that were over-optimized (Google Penguin), using exact match domains, pages with too many above the fold ads, etc. I love all these updates as it improves the search experience of users and that’s obviously the goal of a search engine. That said, Google is STILL far away from that “perfect” search engine definition. So I’m going to focus on all major updates by Google with their recovery tips that I collected from various sources. From all this research, I can easily conclude that if you haven’t violated any Google’s Webmaster Guidelines then you shouldn’t worry about any Google updates. I guess Google became obsessed with penalty … [Read more...] about How To Recover From Google Panda & Penguin Update [Tips & Resources]
Last week seems to be really bad for Webmaster as Google webmaster tool unnatural link warning gave sleepless night to many Webmaster. Though, before we talk about it, another big news is related to Panda 4.0. It’s 21st of the month and like all other months, Google has released an update to their algo and as we following our algo change nomenclature, Panda 4.0 hit the globe. Google Panda 4.0 and work around: Matt Cutts announced the roll out of Panda 4.0 today on Twitter (21st May 2014) and many web masters are sharing about their blog traffic change on Twitter and Facebook. This is a major Panda update in recent time and according to SEL, Panda 4 will impact all languages to different degrees. Here is an official tweet from Google about this latest algo update: Google is rolling out our Panda 4.0 update starting today. — Matt Cutts (@mattcutts) May 20, 2014 As I explained earlier in my Panda recovery guide, Panda penalizes you mostly due to thin and low quality … [Read more...] about Panda 4.0 Launched and Google Unnatural Links Warning Drama
The Google Disavow Links tool is one of the most long-awaited and talked-about features since the Penguin update hit. Before I talk about this addition from the Google webmaster team, let’s do a bit of time-travel. Back in April (2012) when Google launched the Google Penguin update, a major update follwoing the Panda algo change, it stormed the SEO blogosphere and cleaned out link spam from private blog networks. At the same time this created a new problem, and that is negative SEO. Since Penguin was created to penalize any site using spam methods to generate backlinks and manipulate search engine rankings, people started to abuse this system by creating spam links for legitimate sites, in an effort to lower their rankings. Some of them succeeded. Many brands were affected by the negative SEO campaign, though others remained unaffected. This all led to the major problem of controlling the … [Read more...] about How to Remove Spam Links using Google Disavow links Tool
Paid links are considered as the easiest way to get your website quickly ranked in SEPRs; but only if you have good funds with you to spend on your SEO campaign. However, it is against the natural SEO which affects organic search results. And, it’s unfair with other website owners who either don’t have that much SEO budget or believe in natural SEO. Google launched Penguin update, which penalizes webmasters who build backlinks by buying backlinks. This includes buying low-quality or high-quality links. Once Google figures out a link is un-natural, your website is more likely to get un-natural link warning notice (If you have added your site in Google Webmaster tool), and you will notice a significant drop in traffic and keyword ranking. Let’s see what Google think about paid links and how it is going to affect your website ranking. Read: How not to get penalized by next Penguin update Paid Links : Good or bad for SEO? Paid link violates … [Read more...] about Paid Links and SEO : Will Google Panalize your Website?